The Science and Engineering of Online Learning
Peter NorvigDirector of Research
Monday, April 22, 2013|
4:30pm - 5:30pm
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About the Event
For decades, we have known that learning works best with a one-on-one tutor who encourages the student to keep working until mastery is achieved. We can't afford, or find, enough excellent human tutors, so the question is whether there are technologies that are ready to handle the job, and whether anything is different now than in decades past. We will review the state of the art in online teaching, and where the practice may be heading.
Peter Norvig is a Fellow of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence and the Association for Computing Machinery. At Google Inc he was Director of Search Quality, responsible for the core web search algorithms from 2002-2005, and has been Director of Research from 2005 on.
Contact: Cindy Estell
Open to: Public